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seal ring of Barlda Padusaha. Further he set at liberty Bokka
Sin?a -rcho ^as made a prisoner on a former occasion. He
also gave Sadasiva permission to style himself Bartda-saptanga-
harana-Sadasiva- V&

2:24-49.
173.    RAMARAJA'8 VICTORIES OYER BIJAPUR
AND AEAMADNAGAR.
SUMMARY :
The king of Bijapur despatched, without having due
regard to the might of the Raya, an army against him under
the command of Sathe Khana, one of his ministers; but Sadasiva
Nayaka defeated him in battle.
On another occasion, Nizam Saha Adil Ali of Ahamad-
nagara, opposed the Raya in battle with considerable pride.
Sadasiva co-founded him in battle and put him to flight. When
Krsnaraya (Ramaraja) saw the flight of the Nizam Saha of
Ahamadanagara he was greatly delighted. He bestowed on
him the title of Ekangavlra ; and said that he was mightier
than Krsnappa Nayak of Jinji.
Ibid, 2 : 50-53.
174.    SADASIVA NAYAKA'S VICTORIES OYER
MINOR CHIEFS.
SUMMARY :
At the command of the Raya, Sadasiva Nayaka, proceeded
against the fort of Oandragutti, and having defeated Saluva
Nayaka in battle he captured the fort and took him prisoner*
On another occasion he defeated the mighty Madana Odeya of
Bankapura, and obtained from the Raya the eighteen
Kcmpagas of Iraga. Sadasiva Nayaka caused, with the consent
of the Raya, a tank to be excavated at Bankapnra, and having
invited the tead of the Singeri monastery and the Raya
brought about an interview between them. He also vanquish-
ed Gutti Timma who rose tip in rebellion against the Raya.
When the Ttiluva chiefs rebelled against the Raya, he defeated-
them all at Kasargod., and brought them back to subjection.